Friday the 13th: The Game official artwork and logo

Due to a whole bunch of legal nonsense that's not worth even getting into, Friday the 13th: The Game ended up having to stop all of its content updates. And with the continued rise of competitors like Dead By Daylight, this quickly resulted in Friday the 13th losing most of its playerbase.

With all of that in mind, it should sadly come as no surprise to hear that Friday the 13th's very final update has now arrived. It brings with it a couple of balance changes and bug fixes, and most importantly of all, the discontinuation of dedicated servers in favor of purely peer to peer multiplayer.

What this means in real terms is that the smoothness of your gameplay will now heavily hinge on the connection of the host player. While certainly not ideal, the good news is that the official datebase servers will stick around, so your progression and unlocks will remain available. As such, even though Friday the 13th: The Game is essentially closing down its doors, you will still be able to continue playing.

You can read a little bit more about this, as well as check out the full patch notes, over at the official website. Have fun, and if you were ever planning to dive back into Friday the 13th, this would probably be the best time to do so as the update appears to have brought back a decent chunk of players.